Yerevan hosts Jugha documentary premiere (video)

Yerevan hosts Jugha documentary premiere

PanARMENIAN.Net - The premiere of Jugha documentary, produced by Research on Armenian Architecture Foundation, was held in Yerevan.

The 20-minute film presents the history Jugha and the destruction of its world-known cemetery by the authorities of the Autonomous Republic of Nakhijevan and Azerbaijan.

The film is now presented in English.

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